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#2009887 - 01/06/13 09:28 AM Re: Digitals vs hybrids vs Millenium III action in uprights [Re: pv88]  
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Originally Posted by pv88
If anyone doesn't think that the Kawai CA95 isn't good for fast repetitions, I did a short demo here, to illustrate:

[Playing starts after 13 seconds of silence]

https://www.box.com/s/i64fikl09xstp6iihox0

The CA95 has a heavy action, although the player has to do the work.


Interesting. Were you using just one hand or both alternating fingers?

Carlos

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#2010320 - 01/07/13 12:37 AM Re: Digitals vs hybrids vs Millenium III action in uprights [Re: Carlos-CR]  
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Originally Posted by Carlos-CR
Interesting. Were you using just one hand or both alternating fingers?

Carlos


@Carlos,

Two hands combined, with one finger from each hand.

#2010333 - 01/07/13 01:02 AM Re: Digitals vs hybrids vs Millenium III action in uprights [Re: pv88]  
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Originally Posted by pv88
Originally Posted by Carlos-CR
Interesting. Were you using just one hand or both alternating fingers?

Carlos


@Carlos,

Two hands combined, with one finger from each hand.


Oh, I was under mistaken impression that you were doing one-handed repeats, like 123123 etc. Now I'm less clear about how easy fast repeats are on the CA95. I can do two-handed repeats at the same speed on my upright U3 - the only difference is, the dampers touch down in between and make it sound a bit staccato. It's when you have to do one handed shallow repeats that really tests an actions repeating capability, IMO.

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